NFL Week 11 Report – Eagles Thwart Chiefs

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It’s Thanksgiving week but, first, it’s time to take a look at Sports Hub’s NFL Week 11 Report! We’re at a crucial stage of the NFL season where things start to get real. We’ve got three games to sink our teeth into on Thursday this week and we all can’t wait. However, before we begin, we need to recap what happened during Week 11 of the 2023 NFL season. 

You can find our best cappers in our NFL Week 11 Report below, as well as the latest trends surrounding the league. However, be sure to check out our 2023 NFL Thanksgiving Preview and Predictions before Thursday night! 

The Philadelphia Eagles got some sort of revenge on Monday Night Football as they defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 21-17 at Arrowhead Stadium. As always, a host of our experts turned huge profits after betting on the NFL this week. Check out our top cappers below in my NFL Week 11 Report. 

NFL Week 11 Report – Randall Dickelman Returns

My NFL Week 11 Report sees the return of Randall Dickelman to the top of our leaderboards. We haven’t heard too much from him over the past couple of weeks but he is one of our best NFL cappers. You should have already known it wouldn’t be long before he was able to make a return. 

He went 6-1 on NFL Sunday, turning a tasty $470 profit. A mix of spreads, totals and money line wins shows that Randall is a well-versed expert, capable of utilizing plenty of different methods to earn money. 

NFL Top Cappers 

At this point, Sports Hub should be synonymous with expert handicappers. Plenty of our experts had 100% records again on Sunday, with four of them going 3-0. They managed to earn $300 to have themselves a wonderful day betting on the NFL. 

It wasn’t the most profitable of MNFs for our cappers. Nonetheless, nine of our guys earned a profit of at least $100. Sharps such as Sean Kuchman had the Eagles to win on the money line. 

Here’s a list of our top cappers from NFL Sunday: 

  • Randall Dickelman: Our best NFL capper this NFL Sunday. He earned $470, winning six of his seven picks. Did you know that he is also our best capper over the past 30 days? Randall has turned a $999 profit this past month. A top, top expert. 
  • A record of 3-0: Like last week, we saw some of our cappers go 3-0. This time, Jimmy Liu, Sports Hub Insider, Patrick Doyle and Dan Jones all turned a $300 profit. A 3-0 record is what you want for a successful Sunday of betting on football. 
  • Knup Sports: This guy has been crushing the bookmakers lately and has regularly been at the top of our leaderboards. He was our best overall winner yesterday, netting $360. Just under half of that was earned solely on the NFL as he went 5-3 on NFL Sunday. 

NFL Week 11 Report – Trending News

We’ve reached that time of my NFL Week 11 Report where I share with you some of the latest trends surrounding the league. That includes all of the biggest news and highlights from the most recent week of football. 

Week 11 opened with a superb Thursday Night Football matchup as the Baltimore Ravens defeated AFC North rivals the Cincinnati Bengals 34-20. Joe Burrow has subsequently been ruled out for the season after picking up a wrist injury.

We concluded the week on Monday with a rematch of Super Bowl LVII. Did we see a dress rehearsal for Super Bowl LVIII? Jalen Hurts and the Eagles managed to get one over Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs with a 21-17 victory. 

Here are some further highlights in my NFL Week 11 Report: 

  • The Bills are back: The Buffalo Bills had been in turmoil over the past few weeks, and had lost three of their last four games prior to Sunday’s victory over AFC East rivals the New York Jets. However, Josh Allen looked back to his best, completing 20 of his 32 passes for 275 yards, three touchdowns and an interception. That was the first game for the Bills’ offense since the firing of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey. 
  • Slipping Staley: Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley is under pressure. His post-game press conference got a little heated after they moved to 4-6, following a 23-20 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. It is now back-to-back defeats for the Chargers. The game also saw Green Bay Packers QB Jordan Love trend. He had a very solid game, throwing for 322 yards, two touchdowns and zero interceptions. 
  • The Browns: Cleveland is trending after they managed to defeat their AFC North rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers, even without QB Deshaun Watson. They have since signed Joe Flacco to the practice squad. The Browns are currently 7-3, having played a game less than division leaders the Ravens (8-3). 

A look To Our Week 12 NFL Report

We have come to the end of my NFL Week 11 Report now. It really is a crucial time of the season. I hope you’re ready for Thursday and Friday games this week as the NFL action starts to heat up. 

Let’s take a look at what’s coming up in Week 12: 

  • Thanksgiving Games: Turkey Day is always a memorable one on the NFL calendar. Three games are in store throughout the day for family and friends to enjoy. Division games are on the schedule: Packers-Lions, Commanders-Cowboys and 49ers-Seahawks.
  • Black Friday: The NFL is also preparing for its first-ever Black Friday game this week. Dolphins-Jets is set to take place from MetLife Stadium in an AFC East clash. It’s the holiday season!
  • NFL Sunday: Despite having four games during the week, we still have another 11 to devour on NFL Sunday. It really is a football fan’s dream this time of year. All 32 teams are playing during Week 12. 
  • MNF: It’s an NFC North matchup on Monday for Week 12 as the Chicago Bears head to Minneapolis to take on the Minnesota Vikings. 

Having now looked at what to look out for in Week 12, that concludes my NFL Week 11 Report. The Eagles have fully affirmed their position after their come-from-behind win over the Chiefs and look set for the No.1 seed in the NFC. I’ll be back next week with my NFL Week 12 Report.

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